View as map

Attractions

129 results found, Search Again

No results match your search criteria
  1. Famine Memorial

    Dublin City, Dublin

    On Custom House Quay, in the Dublin City Docklands, you will see the Famine statues. These haunting figures commemorate the most profound disaster in Irish history, when Ireland lost more than one million citizens to starvation. Read more

  2. The Jeanie Johnston

    Dublin City, Dublin

    A tour of the Jeanie Johnston, in Dublin, enables visitors to see what it was like on board a wooden, tall ship during the famine era. The tour will convey a deep sense of history and will be a memorable experience for all who come on board. Read more

    Visit website
  3. Bewley's Café on Grafton Street

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Bewley’s Café on Grafton Street is an iconic building in the heart of Dublin first opened in 1927. See the famous Harry Clarke stained glass windows on the ground floor. Read more

    Visit website
  4. Access To Arts - Clyne Gallery

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Access to Arts Clyne Gallery showcases outstanding examples of contemporary applied art and fine art. It is presently running exhibitions in various diverse locations around Dublin. Read more

    Visit website
  5. The Ark

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Ark is a gorgeous, purpose-built arts venue in the heart of Dublin’s Temple Bar, where children aged 2 -12 can explore theatre, music, literature, art, film, dance and more. Read more

    Visit website
  6. Douglas Hyde Gallery

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Internationally renowned for its contemporary art programme, The Douglas Hyde Gallery has a unique approach, often focusing on art that has been marginalized or overlooked. Read more

    Visit website
  7. National Photographic Archive

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The National Photographic Archive, in Dublin City, houses the photographic collection of the National Library of Ireland, of over 630,000 photographs. Read more

    Visit website
  8. Jonathan Swift

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Jonathan Swift (1667-1745), author of Gulliver's Travels, was Dean of St Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin from 1713-1745. A monument in St Patrick's Cathedral and a bust in Trinity College Dublin's library are dedicated to him. Read more

    Visit website
  9. St Patrick's Cathedral

    Dublin City, Dublin

    St Patrick’s Cathedral is one of Dublin’s most popular attractions. Built between 1220 and 1260 the Cathedral is one of the few buildings left from the medieval city of Dublin. Read more

    Visit website
  10. Black Church Print Studio

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Set in the heart of Dublin's Temple Bar, Black Church Print Studio is one of the leading fine art print studios in Ireland. It is an artistic collective providing facilities for all types of fine art printmaking from traditional to contemporary. Read more

    Visit website
See more